TOS COUNCIL ELECTION — VOTE NOW!

The TOS Council election is being conducted electronically. All TOS members were sent an email message from The Oceanography Society on December 1 at 6:00 pm EST containing a unique ballot link with a random, secret access key. If you are a TOS member and did not receive this message, please contact Jenny Ramarui, TOS Executive Director (jenny@tos.org or 301-251-7708) to receive voting instructions. All votes must be cast by January 31, 2021 (11:59 EST). > Learn More

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FROM THE PRESIDENT, MARTIN VISBECK
With the fall equinox behind us, the Northern Hemisphere is rapidly moving toward the darker season, while the pandemic maintains a grip on many societies. We had to rapidly adapt to a new environment of ocean science, ocean teachings, and community communications… > Read more

NOVEMBER OCEANOGRAPHY STUDENT NEWS IS ONLINE
Keep up to date on oceanography student resources and opportunities. > Read now

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OCEANOGRAPHY NEWS

THE JUNE ISSUE IS ONLINE!
The June issue of Oceanography on “Paleoceanography – Lessons for a Changing World” is online. > Read more  

DON’T FORGET TO CHECK OUT THE EARLY RELEASE PAGE!
Oceanography posts online early releases of accepted articles. Some highlights:

  • Hands-On Oceangraphy. Sound and the Seafloor: Determining Bathymetry Using Student-Build Acoustic Sensors > Read more
  • Integrating Oceanographic Research into High School Curricula: Achieving Broader Impacts Through Systems Education Experience Modules > Read more 
  • A Review of Secchi’s Contribution to Marine Optics and the Foundation of Secchi Disk Science > Read more
  • Maury for Modern Times: Navigating a Racist Legacy in Ocean Science > Read more
  • Equity and Safety in Polar Oceanography? Let’s Start with Equal Chances of Survival. Literally. > Read more

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS!

Share all of your relevant information on a homemade sensor or instrument so that others can build, or build upon, it. See Oceanography’s Author Guidelines for detailed information on submission requirements.

Teaching from Home?

Need some ocean sciences resources to keep your kids entertained,
but also have them learn something? Check out these resources.

Actually, It’s Phytoplankton

Explore Ocean Ecology and NASA’s PACE Mission.
A podcast for kids, families, and teachers.

Ocean Exploration Trust

Lesson companions to Exploration Vessel Nautilus expeditions and
a library of graphics, photos, videos, and activities. 

Marine Mammal Commission

Learn about the natural world and marine science, particularly marine mammal science.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Learn about Earth’s ocean & coasts, weather & atmosphere, climate, marine life, and much more. 

Schmidt Ocean Institute

Never stop expanding your understanding of the ocean.
Learn about the ocean and marine careers.

Aquarium Online Academy

Virtual field trip of sea life and marine-related education and fun.

Discovery of Sound in the Sea

A variety of resources for students, educators, and others who are interested in the science of sound in the sea. 

MBARI: Science at Home

A small collection of activities and lesson plans from MBARI and
various other organizations that can be used at home.

Planktomania

Discover what lies beneath the surface! Marine plankton plays a
fundamental role in the ecology and climate of our planet.

Te mana o te moana

Links to educational resources focused on sea turtles.
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